Thursday, May 5th & Friday, May 6th
Elementary Car Riders- 12:45 pm
Elementary Bus Riders- 1:00 pm
High School – 1:05 pm
Honored at the Arkansas Historical Association Banquet in Little Rock on April 22, Mrs. Marietta Kay Johns, a fourth grade teacher at County Line Elementary, was awarded the J. H. Atkinson Award for Excellence in Teaching of Arkansas History for 2016.
As part of the award criteria, Mrs. Johns is a project-based teacher whose lessons and field trips include the following: Famous Arkansas Museum, Coal Miners Museum in Paris, Civil War Reenactment, Indians of the 1600’s, Presidents on Display, Six Regions of Arkansas, Timeline of Arkansas and the Fort Smith Historical Site. Mrs. Johns is a teacher who truly brings history to life!
Mrs. Johns earned her Bachelors and Masters degree from Arkansas Tech University and is a National Board Certified Teacher.
The J. H. Atkinson Award is given in honor of the late J. H. Atkinson who was an educator, author and historian. His leadership in different historical organizations earned him the nickname “Mr. Arkansas History.” The association also gives $1000 to the recipient of this award.
Congratulations to Senior, Lucas Hice.
He was awarded the First National Bank at Paris Scholarship worth $1,000.
Franklin County Conservation District recently held a poster contest for 4th and 5th grade students. Congratulations to the winners.
Phillip Moua 3rd place at County Line, Jayleigh Smith 1st place at County Line and 3rd place for Franklin County, and Sunshine Xiong 2nd place at County Line.
High School Graduation
Sunday, May 15th